Mount Tibrogargan Climbing Notes
Please submit any useful information about climbing Mount Tibrogargan that may be useful to other climbers. Consider things such as access and accommodation at the base of Mount Tibrogargan, as well as the logistics of climbing to the summit.
February 15, 2012
Merilyn from Australia
I climbed Timbrogaran in the 1990s. The west face is best to climb as ropes are not needed, although about half way up there is a sheer stretch of about 2-3 m where one needs to use the toe holds and all 4 limbs. A young woman (late teens) in our group of about 20 people aged 20 - 50 yrs, turned back at this point and didn't climb to the top. Great climb and great view. There is a very quiet camping ground at the western base of the mountain.